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  • Nashoba Tech students compete in hands-on automotive competition

    February 2017 - Nashoba Tech students compete in hands-on automotive competition

    Nashoba Valley Technical High School seniors Benjamin Marson and Albert Packard represented Nashoba Tech at the Massachusetts High School Automotive Competition on Feb. 4, an event hosted by MassBay Community College in Ashland.


  • High schoolers test auto repair skills in Ashland

    February 2017 - High schoolers test auto repair skills in Ashland

    Held at the Massachusetts Bay Community College Automotive Technology Center in Ashland, this year's Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Association competition brought together 14 teams of two students each from vocational and comprehensive schools around the state.


  • MassBay student from Sudan voices concern after Trump's executive order

    February 2017 - MassBay student from Sudan voices concern after Trump's executive order

    Born and raised in Saudi Arabia, Waqas Dirar is a proud Sudanese citizen. Dirar is a sophomore at MassBay Community College, and like many other international students, staff and faculty nationwide, President Trump's Jan. 27 Immigration Executive Order left him feeling full of fear and uncertainty about his future.


  • MassBay to host auto competition

    January 2017 - MassBay to host auto competition

    MassBay Community College, of Ashland, will host this year's Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Association competition for high school students at 9 a.m. Feb. 4 in the MassBay Community College Automotive Technology Center, 270 Eliot St.


  • Former American Career Institute student from Framingham thankful for student loan relief

    January 2017 - Former American Career Institute student from Framingham thankful for student loan relief

    FRAMINGHAM - Danielle Ramos thought she was going to the correct school to put her on a positive career path. She had lost her banking job and officials at the American Career Institute encouraged her to study there to become a medical assistant. They said they would help her find a job and she wouldn't have to pay back loans for two years.


  • Massbay joins Boston tuition-free community college plan

    January 2017 - Massbay joins Boston tuition-free community college plan

    MassBay Community College is pleased to announce Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh has expanded the City of Boston’s Tuition-Free Community College Plan, which pays for up to three years of community college for eligible Boston Public School graduates, to include MassBay as a participating college.


  • College shines spotlight on Ashland auto training center

    January 2017 - College shines spotlight on Ashland auto training center

    Seeking to expose both newly accepted and prospective students to the college’s automotive labs, MassBay Community College has scheduled a special event for Saturday, Jan. 7. The Automotive Technology Student Manufacturer’s Intern Lab Experience day and information session will start at 10 a.m. at the MassBay Automotive Technology Center in Ashland. Students will learn about the training center, its four sponsored major automotive brands — BMW, Toyota/Lexus, General Motors, and JEEP/Chrysler/Dodge/Ram


  • MassBay joins tuition-free program

    January 2017 - MassBay joins tuition-free program

    MassBay Community College is now offering free tuition to Boston Public School District graduates through a program aimed at guiding low-income students through college and toward a successful future.


  • MassBay Joins the City of Boston Tuition-Free Community College Plan

    January 2017 - MassBay Joins the City of Boston Tuition-Free Community College Plan

    “Increasing the choices for students enrolled in the Tuition-Free Community College Plan will further strengthen this successful program and allow us to reach more children,” said Mayor Martin J. Walsh, in a press release. “The more colleges that students can attend, the more pathways to economic stability we can provide for our young people.”